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JWC Challah Board Event | FUEL YOUR SOUL

Monday, November 2, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
Craft Gallery, 5911 S. Dixie Highway, WPB, FL 33405; $25 pp

Find out why our souls are like a candle and how to stoke it so it burns brighter. With your own creative design, or an elegant design template, craft a wooden Challah board for your Shabbos table. Plus, taste heaven on earth with bread dips and ready-baked Challah in onion, garlic, raisin, chocolate or cinnamon-sugar. Advance registration required.

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Reservations: $25 pp:

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Your generosity makes you a part of the Jewish Women’s Circle’s valuable work empowering Jewish women of all denominations in their identity and growth.
$180 Co-Sponsor $300 Sponsor

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I am paying by check payable to The Chabad House: 361 S. County Rd. Palm Beach, FL 33480
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Volunteering Opportunities
Yes, I would love to join the happy, hardworking JWC volunteers!
I can do a Party City, Publix and Office Depot errand three days prior to the event
I can make phone calls inviting women to the event
I can come an hour early to set-up
I can stay a half hour late to clean-up
I can manage the registration table
I can take photos during the program

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Click here for the next Jewish Women's Circle event! Also, join us weekly at Caffeine for the Soul on Mondays at 10:15. The Rosh Chodesh Society of Palm Beach, new course just for women, is meeting monthly and you're invited to participate!

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